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Offline Rob Caprio

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The Key To The Snow Job Of The WC
« on: March 08, 2017, 06:28:32 PM »
The Warren Commission knew what it was doing. It knew that the evidence in the twenty-six volumes did NOT support the vast majority of the claims that were made in the WC Report. So the best way to cover this was to flood the country with the Report, but limit the amount of twenty-six volumes.

The government printed nearly 235,000 copies of the Report, but only printed 5,600 copies of the twenty-six volumes. This means most Americans had no access to these twenty-six volumes as it is most likely that most copies of these were put in large libraries connected with the government, media and academia. Needless to say, most public libraries outside of some areas of big cities did not get copies. This was a sure way to prevent people from fact checking the WC's claims in the WCR.

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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2017, 07:01:37 PM »
Wouldn't it have also been much cheaper to just buy the Report and forget about the 26 Volumes? These volumes total 20,000 page and two million words. Who has the time and energy to read all that?

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Wouldn't it have also been much cheaper to just buy the Report and forget about the 26 Volumes? These volumes total 20,000 page and two million words. Who has the time and energy to read all that?

That's exactly as planned.....Hoover and Dulles wanted to overwhelm us pissants with information.....  Unless you think Jack Ruby's mother's dentures were involved in the murdering of Lee Oswald.....

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« Reply #3 on: March 08, 2017, 07:25:56 PM »
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The Warren Commission knew what it was doing. It knew that the evidence in the twenty-six volumes did NOT support the vast majority of the claims that were made in the WC Report. So the best way to cover this was to flood the country with the Report, but limit the amount of twenty-six volumes.

Instead of just hoping that nobody would read the hearings and exhibits, why wouldn't they just not publish them at all?

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That's exactly as planned.....Hoover and Dulles wanted to overwhelm us pissants with information.....  Unless you think Jack Ruby's mother's dentures were involved the murdering of Lee Oswald.....

I was wrong about the 'two million words.' This is what Sylvia Meagher wrote in Accessories after the Fact:

Scrutiny of the Hearings and Exhibits, it must be acknowledged, is a monumental undertaking, involving the mastering of 26 thick volumes consisting of some 20,000 pages and more than ten million words. Few people have the time or fortitude for such a task. There are imposing obstacles even to the study of one or two distinct elements of the evidence in their entirety, to determine whether there is fidelity between the raw data and the account given in the Report. Such clearly delimited study would not require exorbitant time or effort if the Commission had included a subject index to make possible the tracing of the  relevant testimony and documents to any single item of evidence. The sheer mass of unclassified, unexplored data is enough to discourage an attempt to take inventory. It would be tantamount to a search for information in the Encyclopedia Britannica if the contents were untitled, alphabetized, and in random sequence.

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I was wrong about the 'two million words.' This is what Sylvia Meagher wrote in Accessories after the Fact:

Scrutiny of the Hearings and Exhibits, it must be acknowledged, is a monumental undertaking, involving the mastering of 26 thick volumes consisting of some 20,000 pages and more than ten million words. Few people have the time or fortitude for such a task. There are imposing obstacles even to the study of one or two distinct elements of the evidence in their entirety, to determine whether there is fidelity between the raw data and the account given in the Report. Such clearly delimited study would not require exorbitant time or effort if the Commission had included a subject index to make possible the tracing of the  relevant testimony and documents to any single item of evidence. The sheer mass of unclassified, unexplored data is enough to discourage an attempt to take inventory. It would be tantamount to a search for information in the Encyclopedia Britannica if the contents were untitled, alphabetized, and in random sequence.

Sylvia KNEW that LBJ's Special Blue Ribbon Committee was simply a cover up......but the lawyer part of her knew that declaring information and proving that information are two entirely different horse races...   Many other brilliant minds also recognized this simple fact. Several members of the Warren Commission recognized what was happening but were as helpless as Hoover's patsy....  Lee Oswld.

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The Warren Commission knew what it was doing. It knew that the evidence in the twenty-six volumes did NOT support the vast majority of the claims that were made in the WC Report. So the best way to cover this was to flood the country with the Report, but limit the amount of twenty-six volumes.

The government printed nearly 235,000 copies of the Report, but only printed 5,600 copies of the twenty-six volumes. This means most Americans had no access to these twenty-six volumes as it is most likely that most copies of these were put in large libraries connected with the government, media and academia. Needless to say, most public libraries outside of some areas of big cities did not get copies. This was a sure way to prevent people from fact checking the WC's claims in the WCR.

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Roflmao. The only key you may have is to the cash register at that Publix you work in.